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How to Flash Samsung Stock Firmware Without PC

Samsung firmware without odin
Written by Hassan Abbas

Install Samsung Firmware without the Odin flash tool. In this guide, we’ll discuss some easy s on how to install Samsung Stock ROM without PC. Are you facing a lag problem on your Android phone? Is your device crashing apps or switching off unexpectedly? In order to fix these problems, all you need to do is update the phone to the latest official firmware. This way, you can not only fix bugs or issues but also experience new features, security patches and improved performance on your device.

Unfortunately, the problem with OTA (over-the-air) updates is that they are not released for all Android phones. It totally depends on your region and network carrier whether you’ll receive an OTA update or not. Thankfully, there are various ways to install official updates other than waiting for OTA. You can either install Samsung firmware with Odin or use custom recoveries like CWM or TWRP.

In order to flash the firmware on Android, you need to have a smartphone, a computer or laptop, USB data cable, and Odin software. But there are times when you don’t have access to these things. At such times, you can still flash the firmware package files by using an Android app called Flashfire. Do you want to install Samsung firmware without Odin? OR do you want to downgrade the firmware? Then you are in right place. Here, we’ll discuss some latest official firmware on any Samsung phone using the Flashfire app.

Basically Flashfire apk is a firmware update tool, especially for Samsung phones. Furthermore, this application can also be used to flash custom ROM, TWRP recovery, kernel, and mods, etc. Moreover, you can also install .tar and .tar.md5 zip package files and OTA updates. Unfortunately, it requires root access on your phone. However, nowadays you can easily root Android using the Kingoroot app, SuperSU, etc. Besides Samsung, the Flashfire app also works on Google, Motorola, Oppo, Vivo, Sony, OnePlus, Huawei and many more Android devices.

We have also mentioned solutions on Flashfire not working and Flashfire crashes error. If you are getting Flashfire no root error then there are various Flashfire alternatives available as well. Most important and famous is the Mobile Odin app. Moreover, there is also a Flashfire pro apk, which provides some additional advanced features. On the contrary, users often find difficulty to download Samsung firmware official. Hence, we have also posted a new Samsung firmware download tool. Without further ado, let’s proceed to our tutorial on how to install Samsung software update without using Odin or PC.


Proceed at your own risk. If your device gets damaged by following this guide, then we at Droid Thunder will not be held liable in any manner whatsoever for the same.


  • In order to avoid any interruption, charge your Samsung phone at least 50%.
  • Backup your contacts, apps, messages, call logs, notes, etc. This is strongly recommended as everything gets wiped out in this firmware flashing process.
  • Also backup EFS folder present in the system directory. This folder contains IMEI, wireless devices MAC addresses, and product code, etc. If this folder gets deleted, then your device will not be recognized by carrier.

How to backup and restore EFS/IMEI on Android Phones.

  • This method requires root access. So make sure that your Samsung mobile is rooted before moving further.

Procedure To Install Samsung Firmware without ODIN:


1: Download Samsung firmware.

2: Copy the firmware package on your phone.

3: Download the FlashFire app.

4: Install the app on your device.

5: Go in your phone Settings.

6: Open Date & Time section.

7: Now turn off the Automatic Date & Time option.

8: Now set year to 2013.

9: Close everything and launch the Flashfire app.

10: Click on Grant to access root permissions for the app. It will take few seconds to grant root access.

11: Read the disclaimer and click on Agree. When you click on Agree, the main screen of Flashfire will appear.

12: At first, it is recommended to create a complete backup of your system. Simply click on the ‘+’ icon.

13: Then click on the Backup option.

14: The list of backup options will appear. Click on the Normal Backup option and select the location to save the system backup file.

15: Now click on ✓ the icon present on the top right corner. Similarly, it is essential to wipe data and Dalvik cache partitions.

16: So click on the ‘+’ icon and select the Wipe option.

17: On the next screen, select System data, 3rd party apps and Dalvik cache option.

18: Click on the ✓ icon now.

Note: Do not tick any other options as it might brick your device.

19: Let’s open the Stock ROM file now. So click on the ‘+’ icon and select the Flash firmware package option. This will show all the files and folders present on your phone.

20: Simply select the downloaded Samsung Stock firmware file. The scanning archive will start now.

21: After the scanning completes, a popup appears. Then click on ✓ the icon.

22: A warning message will popup. Click on Yes option.

23: Click on the EverRoot option.

24: On the next screen, click on the Inject SuperSU option.

Note: This option will keep root access on your device.

25: Then click on the ✓ icon.

26: Next click on the Reboot option.

27: On the next screen, enable the Preserve Recovery option. After implementing everything as mentioned above, we’ll start the installation process of Samsung firmware without Odin.

28: For doing the same, simply click on the Flash icon.

29: Then click on OK to actually begin the firmware flashing process.

Note: As the process goes on, your device will reboot itself automatically.

30: As soon as the flashing completes, boot your Samsung phone into recovery mode.

31: Then wipe data and cache partitions from the recovery.

32: Click on the Reboot system now to restart your device.

Note: The first boot will take time to load.


Finally! This is how you can download and install Samsung Firmware without Odin and without using PC. For any queries, kindly comment below.

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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